Morten Hvam raised to 500,000 on the button with the and Marcelo Simoes three-bet to 1,300,000 with the for Hvam to call as he invested more than a quarter of his remaining stack.
The flop gave the Dane a gutshot and Simoes bet 1,000,000. Hvam had 3,400,000 behind and he eventually got them in to pick up a call by Simoes.
As both players gathered near their rails, the gave some outs to a potential split pot. Nothing changed on the river either but there were a few seconds of silence before the Brazilian rail exploded.
After several "vamouuuuu" shouts, Simoes was lifted into the air by the €1,100 FPS Main Event winner Lucas Scafini and the first Brazilian winner of an EPT Main Event was crowned.
Hvam's tournament run ended in second place and he secured a payday of €564,640 but missed out on another victory for Denmark in more than a decade.
A recap of today's action is to follow.